Category 2021

Carrie Moore on Interfaith Perspectives and Charity

Join Carrie Moore, an adjunct professor and newsroom manager for the Daily Universe, and Spencer McWilliams as they discuss Carrie’s experience in the interfaith community and her non-profit organization “The Bradley Center for Grieving Children and Families.” For more information… Continue Reading →

Shelli Spotts on Finding Your Creative Voice

Join Shelli Spotts, a writing instructor at BYU, and Grant Fraizer as they discuss how creativity is involved in all aspects of life. Professor Spotts shares her experience with writing creative nonfiction and how we can find our own creative… Continue Reading →

Noelani Kamalu on Team Building

Noelani Kamalu is a crew member of the Hokule’a. Kamalu sailed across the ocean with a trusted crew and shares some life lessons that were learned on this legendary voyage. Noelani also mentions a TED talk that she presented at… Continue Reading →

Diego Calderon on his Experience as an International Student

Join Diego Calderon and Spencer McWilliams as they discuss Diego’s journey to BYU from Peru, his passion for journalism and his experience as an international student. Diego is also the team lead for the Spanish podcast “Las Caras del Exito”… Continue Reading →

Dan Burton on Continuous Learning

Join Dan Burton, CEO of Health Catalyst, and Hunter Muse as they discuss some of the insights Dan has developed during his career.

Dianna Douglas on Producing a Podcast

Interested in starting a podcast? Join Dianna Douglas and Grant Frazier as they discuss Dianna’s incredible career and her recent ventures in podcasting.

Simon Cantarero on Success through Hardships

Join Simon Cantarero, an attorney and adjunct professor at the J. Ruben Clark Law School, and Grant Frazier as they discuss Simon’s background and his journey to law. Simon also touches on some legal pitfalls for start up companies and… Continue Reading →

Dr. Marianna Richardson on Vision and Balance

Join Dr. Marianna Richardson and Jake Conlin as they discuss how people of all backgrounds can foster an environment of inclusion, how universities can promote experiential learning, how individuals can balance secular and spiritual pursuits, and how we can better… Continue Reading →

Dr. Mark Keith on Academic Success in Information Systems

Interested in information systems or curious about what it is? Join Dr. Mark Keith, an associate professor of Information Systems at BYU, and Abbie Anderson as they discuss the basics of the major as well as Dr. Keith’s decision to… Continue Reading →

Matthew Jennejohn on Creating Space for Creation

Ever considered law school? Join Professor Matthew Jennejohn of the J. Rueben Clark Law School and Jake Conlin as they discuss the importance of developing laws and regulations that allow and encourage creativity.

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